Not content with grooming young women to accept a life of sexual use and young men to accept a life as sexual predators, Leicester University also wants to profit from that. Read More
What FOI requests revealed about the Law Commission’s surrogacy consultation
This is an edited transcript of Lexi’s talk at the What’s wrong with surrogacy? webinar on 6 September 2020.
Good afternoon everyone. Thank you for joining us today. My name’s Lexi. I submitted a freedom of information (FOI) request to the Law Commission on 27 August last year (2019) and it concluded with an internal review that finished on 9 July this year. So, it was almost a year for the entire process. Read More
A Sexist Prism: National Police Guidance on Policing Prostitution
In January 2019, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) released new national Guidance for ‘Policing Sex Work and Prostitution’ in England and Wales. While we welcome its emphasis on treating those involved in prostitution with respect and not as criminals, we have some major concerns about this Guidance, which we set out in this article. Read More
Submission to the Women & Equalities Committee’s inquiry into the enforcement of the Equality Act
This is our submission (sent on 4 October 2018) to the UK Parliament’s Women and Equalities Select Committee’s inquiry into ‘Enforcing the Equality Act: the law and the role of the EHRC.’ Read More